Why? Because it isn’t about archery at all, even though archery is part of the film. This Is My Hallmark Movie Watching Sweatshirt. It’s about the movie and making the characters look good. Half drawn, wrist flexed no anchor, and her elbow’s hyperextended. Bringing in a coach takes time, effort, and money, and it’s not like they have an archery coach on speed dial. Even if they did, depending on the coach’s knowledge and the style they’re trying to shoot, we’ll still be able to pick out discrepancies.
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Look, most of us have probably forgotten it over the years that we’ve been shooting, but archery is really difficult. Even if they did have somebody who could teach the actor, did they have the 6 hours that it takes to get people to “barely competent” and training level bows that somebody who doesn’t work out could use for their first time? Well, most movies don’t get gun-shooting, fighting/martial arts, horseback riding or, sometimes, gravity right. So that they mess up archery isn’t all that surprising tbh. The same reason that movies get everything wrong. They are made by artists who have absolutely no knowledge on anything technical other than aspects of making a movie. Applying early is my #1 recommendation. Apply the second you get your scores if you’re able. I got into schools I was below the median with money last year.
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I ended up going with a full ride for a lot of reasons but if you’re like me and had some average numbers or a higher LSAT/GPA apply ASAP and you might get into your dream school as I did! Back when I submitted in 2016, I sent in two apps to schools in Florida on December 11 and heard back from one school the day after accepted with scholarship (my LSAT/GPA was at their exact median) and heard from the second school December 21 (my LSAT/GPA was lower than their median, accepted but no scholarship). I didn’t check the box that says “check if you’ll be applying for financial aid / interested in scholarships” or whatever but most schools still consider every applicant for scholarships on a rolling basis.. so send those apps in early people!!!! I haven’t started law school apps yet, I asked for letters of rec and I am hoping to get them soon, but I doubt I’ll be able to submit apps until around early January. Just in terms of applying, do you think this is too late? would I stand a better chance of applying earlier next cycle? I can put it off a year if I have a better shot at the money.
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If you did well on your LSAT I would apply. This Is My Hallmark Movie Watching Sweatshirt. I would spend every waking moment on your apps right now and see if you can do anything with your LOR’s. And then I would submit even before you have your LORs bc they’ll be in the minute they’re submitted. Good luck! You are the sweetest!!! Thank you so much, it was very comforting!!! My nerves have been driving up the wall, and I suffer from a general anxiety disorder, so it has been extra rough today. Thank you again for your words of comfort!!!